Wine Reseller Underground Cellar Faces Alleged Fraud and $25 Million Debt Amid Bankruptcy

Wine reseller Underground Cellar is facing controversy amid its recent filing for bankruptcy.

The San Francisco start-up, founded by Jeffrey Shaw in 2013, filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy in the District of Delaware on May 1, according to the San Francisco Chronicle. The bankruptcy filings state that the company owes over $25 million dollars in debt and 37,000 unsecured claims — mostly for wine that customers apparently never received.

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